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"Furries For Kids" has a mission to join charities for clowns who help hospital patients.

Here’s more about a previous Newsdump item.  (To read non-English links, try Google translate.)

“Furries For Kids” comes from the German/Austrian community. It has a goal to set up a legitimate charity with fursuiters, like… 641 more words


Book of the Month: An Anthropomorphic Century

October’s Book of the Month, An Anthropomorphic Century, is the latest furry anthology edited by Fred Patten.

What if animals could talk? Or communicate telepathically? 204 more words

French comic: Une Aventure de Chlorophylle - Book Review by Fred Patten.

Belgian, to be accurate. Submitted by Fred Patten, Furry’s favorite historian and reviewer.

Une Aventure de Chlorophylle. T.1, Embrouilles a Coquefredouille, by Godi & Zidrou. 1,076 more words


Drawing Parallels

In the last blog I detailed, at length, my thoughts on the furry fandom’s ever-increasing over-reliance on porn.  In this one, I want to focus on the attitudes of some of those who defend porn, and the uncanny parallels with some of the defenders of gaming’s ever-increasing over-reliance on violence.  869 more words